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Earth Is Now Our Only Shareholder

If we have any hope of a thriving planet—much less a business—it is going to take all of us doing what we can with the resources we have. This is what we can do.

Read Yvon’s Letter

Patagonia

Estamos en este negocio para salvar nuestro hogar, el planeta Tierra.

Una mejor forma de hacer negocios
Una mejor forma de hacer negocios
Una mejor forma de hacer negocios
Patagonia

Una conversación con Vincent Stanley, director de filosofía de Patagonia y coautor de The Future of the Responsible Company: What We’ve Learned from Patagonia’s First 50 Years.

10 Minutos de lectura
What We Do: Una serie de videos de nuestra comunidad
Campus de Ventura Fotos Brooks Cafe
What We Do: Una serie de videos de nuestra comunidad
Patagonia

¿Quieres ver lo que pasa tras bambalinas en Patagonia?

3 Minutos de lectura
Querida Tierra,
Querida Tierra,
Querida Tierra,
Patagonia

Sabemos que todavía tenemos mucho por hacer, pero estamos trabajando para lograrlo.

3 Minutos de lectura
Recordando a Allen Steck
Recordando a Allen Steck
Recordando a Allen Steck
Patagonia

Una vida llena de grandiosas escaladas con buenos amigos.

9 Minutos de lectura
Oye, ¿cómo va esa demanda contra el presidente?
Oye, ¿cómo va esa demanda contra el presidente?
Oye, ¿cómo va esa demanda contra el presidente?
Patagonia

Nos alegramos de que hayas preguntado… y si aún no lo sabes, en diciembre de 2017 el presidente Trump emitió una proclamación que recortaba a la mitad el monumento nacional Bears Ears de Utah en un 85 por ciento y el Monumento Nacional Grand Staircase-Escalante, a 160 kilómetros al oeste de Bears Ears, por la…

4 Minutos de lectura
No compres esta chamarra, Black Friday y el New York Times
No compres esta chamarra, Black Friday y el New York Times
No compres esta chamarra, Black Friday y el New York Times
Patagonia

En 2011 pusimos un provocativo anuncio en el New York Times para Black Friday. Aquí respondemos algunas preguntas que recibimos a raíz de eso.

3 Minutos de lectura
Making the Oath
Making the Oath
Making the Oath
Patagonia

Teresa Baker, Pattie Gonia, José González and Gabaccia Moreno bring a new initiative to the outdoor community.

9 Minutos de lectura
Temporada en el Valle
Temporada en el Valle
Temporada en el Valle
Patagonia

Eliza Earle, Austin Siadak y Drew Smith nos cuentan sobre la temporada del otoño 2019 escalando en Yosemite.

3 Minutos de lectura
La calidad es un problema ambiental
La calidad es un problema ambiental
La calidad es un problema ambiental
Patagonia

El sistema de puntuación ambiental de Patagonia está diseñado con nuestra huella ecológica en mente. Aquí explicamos por qué.

9 Minutos de lectura
Siguiendo un sabor
Siguiendo un sabor
Siguiendo un sabor
Patagonia

Por años en la búsqueda del ají correcto.

4 Minutos de lectura
Una reflexión sobre nuestro actuar
Una reflexión sobre nuestro actuar
Una reflexión sobre nuestro actuar
Patagonia

Estamos descubriendo cómo convertirnos en una compañía antirracista.

2 Minutos de lectura
Cómo estamos reduciendo nuestra huella de carbono
Cómo estamos reduciendo nuestra huella de carbono
Cómo estamos reduciendo nuestra huella de carbono
Patagonia

Desde que Patagonia tiene una oficina (y no solo vendía equipo desde la maleta del auto de Yvon), hemos dedicado espacio de nuestros escritorios, tiempo libre y un porcentaje de nuestras ventas, a proteger la naturaleza salvaje. Por nuestros viajes, sabíamos que nuestra tierra, el aire y el agua corrían peligro producto de la ceguera…

6 Minutos de lectura
La recompensa del riesgo: construir confianza en los niños
La recompensa del riesgo: construir confianza en los niños
La recompensa del riesgo: construir confianza en los niños
Patagonia

Un extracto del libro Family Business, de Malinda Chouinard y Jennifer Ridgeway.

7 Minutos de lectura
Cosiendo para la distancia social
Cosiendo para la distancia social
Cosiendo para la distancia social
Patagonia

Fabricar mascarillas en época de COVID-19: cuando las “telas respirables" adquieren un significado completamente nuevo.

5 Minutos de lectura
Manos a la obra en el desierto alto
Manos a la obra en el desierto alto
Manos a la obra en el desierto alto
Patagonia

Ensuciándose las manos con la asociación del desierto natural de Oregón

5 Minutos de lectura
How We Turn Scraps into New Gear
How We Turn Scraps into New Gear
How We Turn Scraps into New Gear
Patagonia

What if we could wear our garbage? That’s the idea behind ReCrafted, our line of clothing made from the scraps of used garments collected at our Worn Wear facility in Reno. It’s premium, Patagonia, upcycled. A second life for products that might not otherwise get one. ReCrafted was created by Kourtney Morgan—the designer behind some…

3 Minutos de lectura
Where Our Workers Will Be Most Impacted by Climate Change
Where Our Workers Will Be Most Impacted by Climate Change
Where Our Workers Will Be Most Impacted by Climate Change
Patagonia

Hear “climate crisis” and you may picture a skinny polar bear stranded on a fragment of sea ice, bleached coral reefs, burning forests or maybe a world without bees. You’re not wrong: All those things (and more) are sadly unfolding or could be in the coming decades. Even more troubling, however, is that your mental…

6 Minutos de lectura
The Books in the Patagonia Team’s Bags
The Books in the Patagonia Team’s Bags
The Books in the Patagonia Team’s Bags
Patagonia

If your idea of a great summer read is, like a day in the waves, a little escape from it all, this post may not be right for you. Maybe there’s just no escaping the severity of the climate crisis, or maybe we’re just so glad to have time to sit still with any book…

17 Minutos de lectura
What We’re Doing About Our Plastic Problem
What We’re Doing About Our Plastic Problem
What We’re Doing About Our Plastic Problem
Patagonia

Our home planet has a deeply disturbing and pervasive problem with plastics. In April, a group of researchers studying the deepest part of the ocean—the Mariana Trench—discovered plastic bags and candy wrappers floating nearly seven miles below the surface of the Pacific Ocean. Globally, about 450 million metric tons of plastic are produced every year and 9.5 million tons of…

8 Minutos de lectura
Stop New Offshore Drilling
Stop New Offshore Drilling
Stop New Offshore Drilling
Patagonia

The Trump administration wants to open almost all of America’s coastline to the oil industry, putting our beaches and oceans at serious risk. Fifty years ago, an offshore rig spilled 100,000 barrels of crude oil into California’s Santa Barbara Channel, creating a 35-mile slick that fouled the wave-rich shoreline from Goleta to Ventura. It should…

3 Minutos de lectura
Doug Peacock’s Fight for That Last Bear: Ben Moon’s “Grizzly Country”
Doug Peacock’s Fight for That Last Bear: Ben Moon’s “Grizzly Country”
Doug Peacock’s Fight for That Last Bear: Ben Moon’s “Grizzly Country”
Patagonia

Is it possible you’re reading this on The Cleanest Line and it’s the first you’re hearing of Doug Peacock? Is that even possible? Well, if so, you’re in for a real treat. In his latest film, Grizzly Country, Ben Moon creates a portrait of Peacock—a man who’s long been willing to put life and limb…

2 Minutos de lectura
Getting the Snow Industry Excited About Recycled Fabrics
Getting the Snow Industry Excited About Recycled Fabrics
Getting the Snow Industry Excited About Recycled Fabrics
Patagonia

Before we could challenge the snow industry to move to recycled materials, we had to change our thinking, too. There are a number of ways to reduce a garment’s impact, but none more significant than making it out of recycled fabric. Doing so keeps material out of landfills and cuts demand for the petroleum used…

2 Minutos de lectura
Three Guides for Going B—And Why It Matters
Three Guides for Going B—And Why It Matters
Three Guides for Going B—And Why It Matters
Patagonia

Our company is proud to be part of the growing movement of Certified B Corporations. These companies practice “stakeholder capitalism”: They identify their most deeply held social and environmental values, then abide by them, honoring their responsibilities to their employees, customers, suppliers and communities—as well as to the financial health of their investors. In the…

2 Minutos de lectura
Remembering Tom Frost
Remembering Tom Frost
Remembering Tom Frost
Patagonia

Patagonia mourns the loss of Tom Frost, Yvon Chouinard’s former climbing and business partner, who passed away Friday morning. Tom, with Yvon, Chuck Pratt and Royal Robbins, made the first ascent of the North America Wall of El Capitan in 1964. He made other notable first ascents with Valley pioneers and others in Yosemite, the…

3 Minutos de lectura
All Our Wool Is Now Certified to the Responsible Wool Standard
All Our Wool Is Now Certified to the Responsible Wool Standard
All Our Wool Is Now Certified to the Responsible Wool Standard
Patagonia

This article was first published in 2018. For the most recent information about our participation in the Responsible Wool Standard, visit Our Footprint. In 2015, we made the conscious decision to put a pause on our wool sourcing “until we can assure our customers of a verifiable process that ensures the humane treatment of animals.”…

3 Minutos de lectura
Baggies Shorts throughout the Years
Baggies Shorts throughout the Years
Baggies Shorts throughout the Years
Patagonia

To celebrate over three decades of Baggies Shorts, we dug through our archives so we could share the stories behind a few iconic photos.

6 Minutos de lectura
Alex Megos Sends Perfecto Mundo
Photo: Ken Etzel
Alex Megos Sends Perfecto Mundo
Patagonia

Yesterday, Alex Megos sent one of the most difficult routes in the world, completing the first ascent of Perfecto Mundo (5.15c or 9b+) at the limestone crag of Margalef in Catalunya, Spain. He called it the first hard route of his life. It marked not an apex, but rather a beginning. Which raises a wild…

4 Minutos de lectura
“Sea of Miracles:” A Short Film by Dan Malloy
Activists have been fighting against the construction of the Kaminoseki nuclear power plant for 35 years. Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan. Photo: Keiko Nasu
“Sea of Miracles:” A Short Film by Dan Malloy
Patagonia

“After dinner, the round-faced, quirky old professor pulled his necklace out of his shirt,” says Sea of Miracles director, Dan Malloy. “It was a small clay flute shaped like a football. He announced that he would be performing an old Japanese protest song. The room went silent. He closed his eyes and started to play.” The…

3 Minutos de lectura
It All Adds Up to Nothing: Forging the Micro Puff
It All Adds Up to Nothing: Forging the Micro Puff
It All Adds Up to Nothing: Forging the Micro Puff
Patagonia

At Patagonia, our best ideas come from being in the field. But sometimes simple problems inspire complex solutions. That’s been the case with the development of insulation. Down gets wet and loses its heat-trapping loft, and synthetics never quite achieve the same warmth, lightness or compressibility as down plumes. We’ve tried everything from treated down…

4 Minutos de lectura
Fixation
Susan Baker repairs a jacket that might just belong to her daughter, whom she raised skiing in the nearby Sierra. Photo: Ken Etzel
Fixation
Patagonia

See what happens to your beloved gear at the Patagonia Repair Center.

4 Minutos de lectura
A Gathering for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Teresa Baker
Photo: Eugénie Frerichs
A Gathering for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion with Teresa Baker
Patagonia

Realizing our own shortcomings when it comes to being more inclusive.

6 Minutos de lectura
Workwear Video Series: Farmer and Agronomist Heather Darby
Dr. Heather Darby harvests corn by hand at Borderview Research Farm. Alburgh, Vermont. Photo: Colin McCarthy
Workwear Video Series: Farmer and Agronomist Heather Darby
Patagonia

As the seventh generation of her family to farm the same land, working from sunup to sundown comes naturally to Heather Darby. The fourth profile in our Workwear series takes a look at the perpetual motion required to be both a research agronomist at the University of Vermont and the backbone of a 200-year-old, certified…

1 Minutos de lectura
The Fight to Protect the Arctic Refuge Has Just Begun
Members of the Porcupine caribou herd crossing the Hulahula River in the Arctic Refuge. Caribou travel in groups and migrate at different times: Pregnant females, some yearlings and barren cows are the first to travel north toward the coastal plain, followed by males and the rest of the juveniles. Photo: Florian Schulz
The Fight to Protect the Arctic Refuge Has Just Begun
Patagonia

“Americans have voiced overwhelming support for protecting the Arctic Refuge, and the fight is far from over. If we destroy the Arctic Refuge today, we will never get that wild, unspoiled wilderness back.” —Rose Marcario, President and CEO of Patagonia On December 20, Congress passed the tax bill that included a measure authorizing oil leasing…

6 Minutos de lectura
Why is Unstructured Play Crucial?
Photo: Kyle Sparks
Why is Unstructured Play Crucial?
Patagonia

An excerpt from the book Family Business by Malinda Chouinard and Jennifer Ridgeway.

9 Minutos de lectura
Partnering with the People Who Make Our Clothing, with Fair Trade Practices
Photo: Keri Oberly
Partnering with the People Who Make Our Clothing, with Fair Trade Practices
Patagonia

We started developing our social responsibility program in the mid-1990s, working side by side with factory partners. In 2001, we became a founding member of the Fair Labor Association, a nonprofit that works to improve working conditions worldwide. With over a decade of close focus on our cut-and-sew factories, in 2011, we moved one link…

9 Minutos de lectura
The Point is Forever
Photo: Jason Murray
The Point is Forever
Patagonia

Punta de Lobos is awarded World Surfing Reserve status—an all too rare conservation success story.

5 Minutos de lectura

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We keep your gear going.

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